A review found the pathology IT crash at Leeds Teaching Hospital NHS Trust was caused by human error, hardware failure, and ageing infrastructure,
Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust’s pathology system went down on 16 September. Two months later the trust is still recovering.
A huge pathology IT crash has dragged into its third week with parts of the system still not fully restored and operational.
Contingency plans will remain in place until mid-next week as a two week long pathology IT crash staggers on at one of the largest trusts in the country.
One of the largest trusts in the country has seen its pathology IT system crash, forcing it to postpone some appointments and surgery.
Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust has implemented new software to reduce the misuse of medical devices in its hospitals.
Doctors in the cystic fibrosis units at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust are using Emis to improve patient care and reduce their use of paper after upgrading to the latest version of the software.
Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust has become one of the first UK trusts to deploy an online credentialing system for healthcare industry representatives, aimed at improving patient safety and infection control.
Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust’s occupational health team has gone paperless with its staff records, using Emis Web.
A trust head of commercial ICT tells Lis Evenstad how a yellow belt in Thai Boxing got her started in her career.